Tag Archives | Barry Roubaix

Founders Barry-Roubaix

April 18 @ 10:00 am 7:00 pm

Founders Barry-Roubaix

The largest gravel road bicycle race in the world!
Challenging race traversing the rolling and scenic gravel roads throughout Barry County, Michigan
 
Kick off the race season with 0ver 3,500 of your fellow cyclists
Cyclocross, Mountain, Road, Single-Speed, Fixed gear, Fatbikes & Tandem bicycles are welcome in any category

The course will be marked. Directional arrows will be coordinated with your race length. RED = 62 mile, YELLOW = 36 mile and BLUE = 22 mile race
Neutral aid stations
A huge after-party and awards ceremony

Like the classic it’s named after, Barry-Roubaix will test riders against (80%) rolling gravel roads, pavement, one mile of rough two track, rocks, sand, mud, and possibly snow and ice as you traverse the scenic roads of Barry County, Michigan.

We offer three race lengths to challenge riders of all abilities.
The 24-mile Cushe “Chiller” has approx. 1200 feet of elevation,
The 36-mile Smith Optics “Thriller” climbs approx. 2200 feet
The 62-mile Foundry Cycles “Killer” you can expect approx. 3800 feet of elevation.

We also offer a team competition category. Race as an individual AND see how your team stacks up against some of the areas best

 

One Huge after-party with Founders beer and a live band after the awards.

 Discuss and share your questions or thoughts about this event on the Founders Barry-Roubaix thread on the Riding Gravel Forum.

 

Details

Date:
April 18, 2020
Time:
10:00 am – 7:00 pm
Cost:
$45 – $55
Event Category:
Event Tags:
, , ,
Website:
http://barry-roubaix.com/

Organizer

Kisscross Events: Rick Plite and Scott TenCate
Phone:
616-292-2395
Email:
stencate@comcast.net
Website:
www.barry-roubaix.com

Distance

Founders Barry-Roubaix

Hastings, MI 49058 United States
616-292-2395
www.barry-roubaix.com
Continue Reading 0

Barry-Roubaix this weekend

The very popular Barry-Roubaix Killer Gravel Road Race is this Saturday, March 22 in Hastings, Michigan. There are 24, 36, and 62-mile options to accomodate riders of any level.  It’s the unofficial start of the season in the Upper Midwest. Last year, a total of 2,150 riders participated in all of the distances  – 361 […]

Continue Reading 0

[Editorial] Gravel is not a Fad

NOTE: This is normally the news feed, but occasionally we will be posting editorial pieces. – by Ben, creator of Riding Gravel Riding Gravel This website started last fall after some coercing from Andy at pedal of Littleton to get a gravel ride going in the fall after interest in the spring AntiEpic. It was […]

Continue Reading 2

by Riding Gravel 2014